Today I’m sharing some free printables that you can use, share, or display to show your thankfulness, say thank you, and share your gratitude with others.
It’s been somewhat quiet on the blog front the last few weeks as we worked on adjusting to our new normal due to COVID19. Figuring out how to teach my own class by distance, and working on keeping my two boys on track with homeschooling has taken up a good amount of my time and energy these past weeks. We’ve also been tackling some big projects in and outdoors that I can’t wait to share with you; nothing like a project to keep your mind busy and calm.
I feel like we are getting the hang of our new routine now and I really want to get back to sharing more with all of you. I’ve had a few requests from my subscribers for printables related to thankfulness during this time. Printables that you could hang in your window or tape to your front door or mailbox, etc. So this past weekend I spent some time creating some simple but pretty “thank you” printables that I hope you can use and enjoy. After all, even in this difficult time there are so many things to be grateful and thankful for, and so many people that deserve our thanks for putting themselves at risk to support and care for so many others.
I’ve shared these in both 5×7 and 8×10 sizes in my free printable library, which is accessible to all of my email subscribers.
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These Thank You printables can be found in the folder entitled “Thank You Printables” in my printable library and are included in both a 5×7 and 8×10 size.
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I hope you can use these and enjoy them!
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